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Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Posted Apr 19, 2005 13:14 UTC (Tue) by hp (subscriber, #5220)
In reply to: Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington by wjhenney
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's Guide to Image Management Applications

I don't know who "havoc" is, hp = Havoc Pennington


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Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Posted Apr 19, 2005 14:02 UTC (Tue) by havoc (guest, #2261) [Link]

I apologize for the confusion. In one sense, I am an impostor -- in that I am NOT Havoc Pennington. I have used "havoc" as my online presence since ~1989. In that sense, I am "havoc."

Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Posted Apr 19, 2005 14:32 UTC (Tue) by wjhenney (guest, #11768) [Link]

OK, thanks for clearing things up. I guess that with 6 billion potential
linux users in the world, then nobody's name is going to stay unique for
ever anyhow :)

Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Posted Apr 19, 2005 15:29 UTC (Tue) by coolian (guest, #14818) [Link]

And you are creating "havoc" in hp's world.

Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Posted Apr 19, 2005 17:52 UTC (Tue) by havoc (guest, #2261) [Link]

"Oh, great! Now I have guilt!"

Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Posted Apr 19, 2005 19:55 UTC (Tue) by berntsen (guest, #4650) [Link]

Hm. can't resist making a reference to hp's blog which contains a reference to the "problem" http://log.ometer.com/2005-04.html#9 (not direct link, but search for havoc below).

Just happened to have gotten that link from a friend the other day (and I read on to see the havoc problem), thought it was funny to stumble over this confusion thingy afterwards. They world is "small", probably comes from results of random graph theory (7, I think to recall, handshakes on average between any two people on the earth).

Well, its probably just me being weird and shying away from work at this late hour.

Cheers,
/\/ (formerly (un)known as nike, berntsen, knb, nberntsen, ...)

Dr Havoc and Mr Pennington

Posted Apr 21, 2005 13:34 UTC (Thu) by nhasan (guest, #1699) [Link]

Ok...all is good now. I was rather shocked to hear "hp" defending a KDE application so ferociously. Sanity is restored.


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